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Also: Mortgage brokers lobby to lower stress-level level; How to blog when you don't have time; Jim Stewart new president of BCREA


In this issue:

  • Things to remember when reviewing a condominium status certificate 
  • Mortgage brokers lobby to lower stress-test level
  • How to blog when you don’t have time
  • Jim Stewart elected president of B.C. Real Estate Association

Things to remember when reviewing a condominium status certificate 


As a result of bidding wars for condominiums, buyers are being asked to review a condominium status certificate in advance in order to submit an offer without conditions. Here are some items I look at and questions I ask when reviewing a status certificate.

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Mortgage brokers lobby to lower stress-test level


“The government’s intention with these changes has got nothing to do with market pricing. The changes are very specifically to try to reduce the overall liability of the Canadian government,” says Paul Taylor, president of Mortgage Professionals Canada.

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How to blog when you don’t have time


Luckily, blogging doesn’t have to be as difficult or time-draining as sitting down and trying to pen a masterpiece. There are options to blog simply and efficiently.

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Jim Stewart elected president of B.C. Real Estate Association


Stewart is with 460 Realty in Nanaimo and has been licensed for more than 24 years. 

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